COLLEGIUM DUCALE ORCHESTRAL CONCERT AT PRISONS PALACE

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Collegium Ducale Orchestra: This orchestra brings together in one group musicians from the best orchestras of Veneto: the ensemble is prepared to execute a repertoire ranging from the Baroque to Twentieth century music.

Well-known soloist contribute both to the whole of the performance and as featured virtuosos. It is actively involved in the research and study of technique, with the aim of offering to the public a performance of pieces based on the interpretative spirit of the period they date from. With a repertoire ranging from Baroque to 20th-century music, the famous Collegium Ducale Orchestra is comprised of 7 of the best players from across the Veneto region. Taking place in the stunning Palace of Prisons, this is a captivating way to spend an evening in Venice.

Prison’s Palace, was constructed in the 16th century as part of the incredible Doge’s Palace. The venue provides a stirring historical context for an evening of classical music and recalls Venice's importance on the world stage.

 

Choose between the opera singers’ concert and the Baroque music concert, both of which provide a special evening reminiscent of the height of Venetian culture!

The orchestra has been performing in Venice since 1993 with the most important concert season is referred to by the title: “Venice and Europe: music beyond history”. 
 

The program is as follow:


From 10th July until 31st August 2020:
Opera Concert:
Opera Singers’ Concert (Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, Ecc.) 9pm


From December 14th to December 30th 2020 (Not On December 25th And 26th) starts at 9:00 PM and 6:30 PM only on Monday and Friday

Monday: Opera Singers’ Concert ( Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, Ecc.) 6.30pm
Monday: Baroque Music’s Concert (Vivaldi “Four Seasons”, Mozart, Ecc.) 9pm
Tuesday: Opera Singers’ Concert (Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, Ecc.) 9pm
Wednesday: Baroque Music’s Concert (Vivaldi “Four Seasons”, Mozart, Ecc.) 9pm
Thursday: Opera Singers’ Concert (Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, Ecc.) 9pm
Friday: Opera Singers’ Concert (Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, Ecc.) 6.30pm
Friday: Baroque Music’s Concert (Vivaldi “Four Seasons”, Mozart, Ecc.) 9pm
Saturday: Opera Singers’ Concert (Verdi, Rossini, Mozart, Ecc.) 9 Pm
Sunday: Baroque Music’s Concert (Vivaldi “Four Seasons”, Mozart, Ecc.) 9pm


  •  Meeting point: PRISONS PALACE – St. Mark’s Square, Prisons of Doge’s Palace (see the map and indications below)
  • Ending point: PRISONS PALACE – St. Mark’s Square, Prisons of Doge’s Palace
  • Availability & operation: see the schedule above
  • Departure and meeting: See the concerts program below
  • Inclusion: Guaranteed seat at the concert
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Languages: no commentary
  • Gross price public rate: From 10th July to 31st August 2020: Adult: € 30 - (0/18 years) and Senior (over 65 years) € 25,00- No minimum participants
    From 14th December until 30th December 2020 : Adult € 25,00  –   (0/18 years) and Senior (over 65 years) € 20,00- No minimum participants 
  •  Sale & reservation: Free sale until the beginning of the concert
  • Cancellation: bookings can be cancelled with no charge up to 24 hours before the service. The Tour does not operate in case of exceptional high tide (it can be postponed later or to the day after otherwise it will be refunded).
  • Voucher: You should have the voucher where is written “service provided by Venice Tours Srl”.  Mobile vouchers are accepted
  • Commission: refer to contract
  • Confirmation: Please ask clients to NOT to reconfirm

This tour is not fully accessible for wheelchair users or people with walking disabilities -  Mobile voucher are accepted - For general conditions refer to our brochure “Discovering Venice”.

 

REF. CODE FOR OPERATORS ONLY: VTCOLLEGIUM

Ab EUR 25

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Höhepunkte

  • Experience a classical music performance in the heart of Venice
  • Marvel at the beauty of the Doge’s Palace as you listen to some of Venice's best classical musicians
  • Enjoy a musical repertoire ranging from Mozart to 20th-century pieces

Route

  1. Prisions Palace